En News 2018 ERC proof of concept grant Nico Verdonschot

20 February 2018

ERC Proof of Concept Grants are designed to support ERC grantees with the commercial or societal application of the results of their funded research.

 
Nico Verdonschot (theme Reconstructive and regenerative medicine) received an ERC (European Research Council) Proof of Concept grant for the project
BioMechMeniscus: A biomechanically driven, patient specific pre-planning and surgical tool to optimize placement of a novel meniscus prosthesis.
 
In 2012 Verdonschot received an ERC Advanced grant for his project about diagnostic and evaluation methods for orthopedic patients.

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